Circus

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Harper Collins, Mar 30, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
2 Reviews

Simple text and brilliantly colored cut-paper illustrations take children into a big top of circus excitement starring leaping lizards, marching snakes, whistling parrots, and the tumbling Zucchini Brothers.

 

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User Review  - Melody.Ryan - LibraryThing

This book is from the point of view of the ring master in charge of the circus. You have an elephant, horse riding, bears, lions and on intermission the ring master wants people to go take a break to get cotton candy or snow cones. The circus ends with a lion! Read full review

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User Review  - msalissa - LibraryThing

This would be a fun book for very young children to read. It is all about what things are in the circus, so i would be a perfect book to read to your students before taking them on a fieldtrip to the circus. Its also a very colorful book. Read full review

About the author (1992)

Lois Ehlert is the Caldecott Honor winning author and illustrator of Color Zoo, as well as Color Farm, and Circus. She is also the illustrator of many other books including Crocodile Smile by Sarah Weeks, and A Pair of Socks by Stuart J. Murphy. She lives in Milwaukee, WI.

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